Cape Town - Premier League club Leicester City are reportedly keen to appoint Guus Hiddink as the club's new manager.
The Leicester Mercury report that Guus Hiddink as emerged as a rival to Neil Lennon for the vacant job at the King Power Stadium.
Hiddink recently resigned as manager of the Dutch national team and has now been linked to the job that was opened after Nigel Pearson was sacked.
The 68-year-old Dutch manager has previous experience in the Premier League after guiding Chelsea to the 2009 FA Cup title.
Hiddink also spent time at Real Madrid and won the European treble while in charge of PSV.
Hiddink's rival for the post, Neil Lennon is a former Leicester City player.